Academic Leadership

The Role of the Presidential Spouse/Partner

Since 2008, David G. Horner has been president and S. Sue Horner has been Scholar in Residence, Gender Studies and Religion, at The American College of Greece (Athens). They are in their 28th year as a presidential couple.

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If We Profs Don't Reform Higher Ed, We'll Be Re-Formed (And We Won't Like It)

Although normally a pretty upbeat and optimistic person, I end a lot of my different talks these days with a pretty scary, even dystopic slide: "IF WE PROFS CAN BE REPLACED BY A COMPUTER SCREEN, WE SHOULD BE.”

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Study Shows College Degree's Value During Economic Downturn

Benefits Of College Degree In Recession Are Outlined

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U of Texas, A&M Shortchanging Students On American History, Report Says

American history courses at the University of Texas and Texas A&M University focus too much on race, class and gender and not enough on military, diplomatic, religious and intellectual matters, according to a new report.

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Linn-Benton CC's Hamann Appointed to Quality Education Commission

Greg Hamann, president of Linn-Benton Community College, has been appointed to serve a four-year term on the state Quality Education Commission.

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U Of North Dakota Must Reaffirm Free Speech, Other Rights

The university should be embarrassed by its 'Speech Code of the Month.'

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A Master Plan to Merge Two U.T. Schools

Robert S. Nelsen, the president of the University of Texas-Pan American, does not like to think of the 85-year-old institution he has run since January 2010 being abolished by the Legislature.

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